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Alexandra Baumgartner

Henri Haake

Forster Herchenbach

Nicholas Kashian

Christine Krämer

Martin Maeller

Regine Müller-Waldeck

Nik Nowak

Bernhard C. Striebel

Frank Sperling

Jinny Yu

 

The exhibition in our Berlin premises displays a first cross section of the works we present on our website busche-kunst.com. In addition, there are some new works. Please click on the artist’s name next to the photographs to get to her or his page.

The show runs through September and can be visited any time, we just ask you to be so kind as to set up an appointment: phone 030 – 86 42 46 76; email: mail@busche-kunst.com.

Our address: Bundesallee 32, 10717 Berlin-Wilmersdorf (U-Bahn Güntzelstraße and Berliner Straße). An elevator is available.

We are very much looking forward to meeting you!

Photos: Götz Müller-Zimmermann

Exhibits

Alexandra Baumgartner

  • Collages, each ca. 24 x 19 cm

Henri Haake

  • Untiled (Soccer Players), 2015
    Oil, spray on canvas, 140 x 200 cm
  • Untitled (Gymnastics), 2015
    Oil on canvas, 65 x 80 cm

Forster Herchenbach

  • Istanbul, 2015
    Acrylic, pencil, felt-tip on canvas, 150 x 207 cm
  • Ohne Titel, 2014
    Oil, acrylic, charcoal and pencil on canvas, 83 x 60 cm

Nicholas Kashian

  • aaahhh, 2013
    Oil, acrylic on canvas, 160 x180 cm
  • Engelberg, 2013
    Oil, acrylic on canvas, 150 x 130 cm

Christine Krämer

  • Untitled, 2016
    Two parts: computer-generated diasec from the series „Ambiletteral“, 131,5 x 123,5 cm; photograph 53 x 79,5 cm, ed. 4
  • Photograph 53 x 79,5 cm, ed. 4, separately
  • Good Friday, 2005
    Oil on nettle, 160 x 120 cm

Regine Müller-Waldeck

  • Plum, 2008
    Glass, aluminium, 45 x 80 x 45 cm, ed. 3 + 1 a.p.

Nik Nowak

  • Dubplate 5 (Torque), 2015
    Varnish on aluminium, 86 x 86 x 10 cm

Frank Sperling

  • From the series „Plates“, 2013
    Inkjet-print, 75 x 50 cm, ed. 3 + 2 ap

Bernhard C. Striebel

  • Aber wohin!, 2009
    Acrylic on nettle, four parts, 202 x 202 cm

Jinny Yu

  • Soft Painting (Diptych), 2015
    Ink on mylar, each 150 x 110 cm when flat